I thought I would offer some new finds for this holiday season. All are reasonably priced and can be found at most supermarkets and wine shops in the area. You couldn’t go wrong serving or bringing any of these wines to a holiday meal or party.
Vineyards In India Mandolin 2009 Pinot Noir - The grapes for this wine were sourced from vineyards in the Santa Lucia Highlands of Monterey County, California. The high winds, dry days and bay fogs create a cool and very long growing season; making an ideal climate for Pinot Noir grapes. This longer growing season yields full flavor wines with great acid balance. Mandolin Pinot Noir is rich and full flavored with a hint of spice.
Wineries In India Mandolin 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon – The grapes for this fruit forward Cabernet were sourced from vineyards in the California Central Coast region. The first fermentation was in stainless steel which allowed for the full cherry and currant flavors to develop. It then spent its next 14 months in French Oak which allowed for soft tannins to integrate into the wine resulting in a great balanced wine.
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Big can be beautiful. I was lucky enough to have attended a tasting of 15 Masi Amarones that spanned five decades of winemaking at the Masi winery near Verona.
Winery In India I always like writing this particular column because it allows me to be totally subjective, a time to share a few random thoughts, pet peeves and mention a couple of wines that marked me during the past year. So let’s get right to it. Happy holidays, everyone.
Vineyards In India Three selections per week, that makes 156 wines that had their labels printed in my weekly column. Sure, it’s one thing for me to suggest you buy a wine, but which of those 156 inspired me to buy more than one bottle for myself? My white wine was the 2009 Chablis from Domaine Millet ($20.95, SAQ #0792216). 2009 was a tough year for white Burgundy – a touch too warm, which resulted in many white wines that were a bit too plump. No lack of acidity in this one, just a refreshingly mineral and easy-drinking Chablis. Simple can sometimes be so perfect.
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NEW YORK ( TheStreet ) -- A good bottle of wine can make a great holiday gift, but connoisseur Richard Elia says you don't have to break the bank to buy one.
Wines Of India The expert says you can pick up a decent bottle of wine this holiday season with as little as a single $10 bill.
Winery In India "If you only have $10 or $20 to spend, I can still give you a whole list of really good value wines to buy," Elia says. "And even if you're visiting someone who really knows wines, you still only have to shell out $30, $40 or $50 to get something they'll appreciate." Here's a look at some wines at various price points that Elia recommends this holiday season (all figures are approximate retail prices for 750-milliliter bottles): $20 a bottle or less The 2007 Guigal Cotes du Rhone Rouge ($15) is perhaps Elia's favorite red wine in this category.
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10 Local Sparkling Wines to Ring in the New Year Indulge in locally produced sparkling wines to celebrate the New Year.
Wine From India With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, many local wineries offer sparkling wines to usher in the New Year. The local vineyards that produce sparkling wines take pride in producing this labor intensive variety. There’s still time to stop by a tasting room to find the perfect one for your party. Here is a list of just some of the locally produced sparkling wines.
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Lieb Cellars 2007 Blanc de Blancs is a good match for oysters, caviar, and rich deserts and is offered at a good price point.
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Red Wine In India Ida Agnoletti , winemaker from the Treviso region of Italy. Since planting in 1999, Agnoletti's red wine creations have expanded to include her own, widely regarded Prosecco, Frizzante, semi-sparkling and still Prosecco offerings.
Wine From India AOC recently sat down with Agnoletti to learn more about her approach to winemaking and vineyard cultivation. Dubbing herself a "producer, with a good dose of madness," Agnoletti is a somewhat unconventional winemaker with deep respect for the traditions of her region. She emphasizes the essence of viticulture and the land, primarily the preservation of wine's raw material – the grapes. Her hand-harvested vineyard receives no herbicides and uses only minimal, natural fertilizer treatments when needed.
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